Saturday, December 8, 2018

Cake or death?

Musings about the Meanings of Cake, with the Spartacus story
http://sandradodd.com/cake (the original cake page)

Betty's Birthday:
How a Peace Corps worker learned what some African kids thought about a picture of a cake with lit candles.
(This was linked, then disappeared, and I found another version later. It's very good, and backs Kirby up.)
http://sandradodd.com/cakeart/bettysbirthday

New on my site, rescued and refurbished, after Caren Knox recommended it. It's about cake, and death.
http://sandradodd.com/cakeAngelfood


photo (a link) by Jen Lynch

I named this post "cake or death" because of a 1999 Eddie Izzard routine, from his "Dress to Kill" show. It's easy to find, funny, but a bit F-wordy.

This is a kid-friendly version of that part about the Church of England offering people cake all the time.



If you want to see the full section that leads up to that, which involves Hitler, colonization, and flags, here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVH0gZO5lq0 (6:48)

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